This could easily be used for any car. Just keep in mind, most stock cars have TONS of space for mounting coolers, many of them allowing you to bolt it directly to the bumper/crash bar. Something I aint got! =( Most of the parts list came from Custom oil cooler installed | Kohler Created Only thing I changed was the oil cooler, the one used in that link is a bit too small. Earl s Performance 41610ERL - Earl's Performance Temp-A-Cure Fluid Coolers - Overview - SummitRacing.com this one is 13x5 a tad bit bigger then the 8x5 and only 20 bucks more. I also used strips of aluminum from Lowes they ran me around 5 bucks a pop. got 2, 3 footers. one was maybe 1/2 inch while the other was 3/4 maybe? I used nothing but basic tools. wrenches screwdrivers hammer electric hand drill random drill bits punch for making little marks in the metal to help with drilling in the correct spot. files for sanding vice hacksaw Thread lock (the blue stuff) random nuts/bolts with lock washers and the nuts with the plastic inserts whatever they're called. Anyone who says they can't do their own work because they don't have a shop/garage all I can say is wahhh wahhh wahhhhhh The hardest part of this job was walking from the parking lot to the deck on the back of the house over and over and over. onto the pictures. I zipped tied it into place to see if my bumper cover would fit. My work shop was my railing. I only had to go downstairs to pick up random tools like 4 times. The cooler is very solid, it feels like it's meant to be there. I'm not a big fan of the installs where it's just sorta kinda put in a spot with 2 little brackets sorta kind of holding it place. I would have liked to of put it on the passenger side due to the oil lines/turbo being on the driver side, but there was just too much going on over there. So it went to the drivers side. I ran the lines down between the intercooler and radiator. While I'm not a fan of how low the lines sit, they are not the lowest part of the car in fact the front bumper cover sits much lower so hopefully I have no issues with it.